“I don’t feel the need to tell them I’m not Jewish. It would make me feel that I’m a moral coward for throwing Jews under the bus.”
“I think the gym ultimately made a business decision.”
“Manning was heroically brave,” white nationalist Richard Spencer wrote. “She risked her life to oppose and expose a system she viewed as evil.”
The mission of this column is not to unduly alarm, but rather to raise awareness of a disturbing trend that can prove difficult to spot
“They’re sort of a last gasp of the bigotry that this country has systematically overcome.”
Andrew Anglin is facing a lawsuit for his anti-Semitic campaign against a Jew in Montana. His supporters are rallying around him.
The white nationalist and “alt-right” figure sees Gorka’s departure as a shift towards neoconservatism.
Spencer, the “alt-right” founder, told CNN’s W. Kamau Bell that he wants to “expand white privilege” and “make it great again.”
Right-wing commentator Ann Coulter pulled out of a controversial speech at the University of California, Berkeley, earlier this week after losing the backing of conservative groups that had sponsored her appearance — a move that disappointed those on the “alt-right” who saw it as a sign of weakness.
White nationalists and the “alt-right” feel betrayed by Trump.